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Digital Storytelling

General

Prefix

LIB

Course Number

490

Course Level

Undergraduate

Department/Unit(s)

College/School

University Library

Description

Traditional storytelling juxtaposed to digital storytelling to improve oral, writing, research and technology skills. Combines aspects of the narrative structures that make-up the story, history, and mystery of our lives and our participation in society.

Credits

Min

3

Max

3

Repeatable

No

Goals and Diversity

Learning Outcomes

Outcome

Analyze the differences between traditional narrative storytelling and digital storytelling.

Outcome

Use an appropriate vocabulary to research, develop and create projects in digital media.

Outcome

Describe properties and differences among various digital media.

Outcome

Find appropriate digital resource materials and capture and manipulate digital image, sound, and video.

Outcome

Integrate different media (text, images, sound, video) into a seamless online environment.

Outcome

Ability to critique digital narrative.

Course Outline

Course Outline

Digital technology to explore various ways one can tell a story. 20% Uses of words, images, sounds, and personal voices to create, edit and produce stories. 20% Interactive technology tools to develop personal stories. 20% Development of the story coherent with the trends and ideas of digital storytelling. 20% Multimedia technology tools to develop personal stories. 20%